Formula
to calculate quick assets:
Quick
Assets = cash + marketable securities + accounts
receivable.
Quick
assets definition and explanation:
Quick
assets are the amount of assets that can be quickly
converted to cash.
Quick
assets are used to determine the quick
ratio and days
of liquidity ratio.
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